The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer By Christopher David Smith

I bought this book thinking it was something else, but reading through it, I've found it amazing well written and interesting.Readers must know that this is an electronic engineering book it's very low level. The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer All you need to know about ZX Spectrum ULA Design. I recommend! The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer

The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer: Smith, Christopher David: 9780956507105: Books The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer

Very interesting and in depth book. Much than a normal recollection / history of tech style book, this truly delved into the engineering behind the ZX ULA chip, and by extension the design of the Spectrum. The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer This book is a must read for anyone that had contact with ZX Spectrum (or its Brazilian/Russian clones) during the 80s. It will enlighten a ton of the quirks of the machine. The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer If you're looking at this book, you already know you should buy it. So what you waiting for. The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer Todo correcto The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer I was a commercial Spectrum games developer back in the day and am also into maintaining retro computer equipment. This book came to my attention when I was building a Harlequin Spectrum clone, which was inspired in part by this book.The book is essentially about the Sinclair Spectrum ULA, a custom logic chip that generated the video signal in those home computers.The book is technical, and it helps to have some understanding of digital electronics and how composite TV signals are generated. Yet it walks the reader though the process of reverse engineering the Spectrum ULA in an easy to follow manner. The ZX Spectrum Ula: How to Design a Microcomputer

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